TweetDynamite has announced the second tile in its new “Crime Line.” Uncanny will be the new title from Andy Diggle and Aaron Campbell, concerning a shady character who can borrow people’s skills running into an international conspiracy. Which is to say something along the lines of a thriller with a slight touch of superhuman activity […]
TweetIt’s almost time for the ”Dynamite is Ready to Explode” at the Emerald City con. We’ll be liveblogging it. Get ready to start hitting refresh. Our cast: Nick Barrucci, Matt Wagner, Gail Simone, Mark Waid, Brandon Jerwa, Robert Napton, Chris Robeson, Ron Marz, Mark Rahner, Francesco Francavilla and Eric Trautman. Gail Simone is getting into the Red […]
TweetEmerald City Comicon kicks off tomorrow in Seattle. If you happen to be out that way, Dynamite has announced it’s convention schedule. If you haven’t noticed, Dynamite’s been adding more “name” creators lately, with another one set to be unveiled… well, there’s a 2pm signing Friday, so the creator pretty much has to be there, […]
TweetThe Black Bat was one of the early character pulps from the 1930s, along with The Shadow and The Spider. Like those last 2 pulps, The Black Bat is getting a comics revival over at Dynamite. Brian Buccellato (co-writer on The Flash) is writing it. Roman Cliquet, who recently drew The Shadow Special #1 for Dynamite is the artist.
TweetIntroducing the best crime-fighting comic on the shelves right now: The Spider. No, not that Spider, but this one from Dynamite Entertainment that you quite possibly haven’t been reading. But fear not! The first trade collection has just been released, making this a handy time to catch up and enjoy the first 6 issues in one delicious […]
TweetWe’re currently in the midst of a long-running Sherlock Holmes media explosion, from the Guy Ritchie films starring Robert Downey Jr. and Jude Law, to the hit BBC series SHERLOCK, and the American approach ELEMENTARY, however comics have plenty to add to the Holmes mythology, and Leah Moore and John Reppion are poised to release […]
TweetThis week saw a number of big comic releases from Marvel and DC, but who cares when this was the week My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #1 came out? PONIES, you guys! Ponies all over the place. This week I’ll be reviewing My Little Pony: Friendship is Magic #1, Hellblazer #297, Gambit #6 and Masks […]
TweetRick Remender is getting a lot of press these days for his part in the Marvel Now! relaunch with Uncanny Avengers and Captain America. That’s not the only thing he’s up to, however. Remender has a long history of doing creator-owned science fiction and horror. Titles like Fear Agent and Sea of Red. Remender is launching another project in his old […]
TweetThe Black Bat was a pulp detective hero that appeared in roughly 40 stories from 1939 to 1953. It came out roughly the same time as Batman and both creators claimed the other other was stealing from him, though they may have both been influenced by the same sources. The Black Bat, much like the […]
TweetThe Shadow, as a pulp character, turned up fully formed. Anything in his past was told as a flashback. A bit of background here, a little bit there and a fair amount was left in the… shadows. Dynamite is going to be exploring The Shadow’s Origins in The Shadow: Year One in 2013. Getting into untold origins […]
TweetBack when they were on the air, The Six Million Dollar Man and The Bionic Woman used to periodically crossover. Two of the more memorable occasions were “The Return of Bigfoot” and “Kill Oscar” (the three-part Fembot epic that Mike Myers must have found memorable). In January, Dynamite will launch the comic book version of […]
TweetAt the Diamond Retailer appreciation breakfast this morning, after being forced to surrender phones and become sequestered behind a blast shield door, attendees were treated to some new footage from IRON MAN 3 which included the scene of Tony Stark getting his suit on to the strains of the Run DMC classic “Christmas in Hollis” […]
TweetFred Van Lente’s been getting some pretty good reviews (even from me) for his Archer & Armstrong title over at Valiant. Fred’s next move is to Dynamite for an as-yet unnamed zombie comic. No stranger to zombies, Fred was the guy who stepped in for Robert Kirkman on the Marvel Zombies series of mini-series.